Japanese Moisturizers

Ageing Care Cream Ultra Lifting Otome, 40g Ageing Care Cream Ultra Lifting Otome, 40g
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Cream Ultra Lifting Otome, 40g Age: 30-35 years old Purpose: anti-aging care Skin type: any..

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€96.00 €120.00

Ageing Care face Mask Ultra Lifting "OTOME" 186ml (31ml*6) Ageing Care face Mask Ultra Lifting "OTOME" 186ml (31ml*6)
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Ageing Care face Mask Ultra Lifting "OTOME" 186ml (31ml*6) Age: 30-35 years old Purpose: anti-..

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€63.70 €91.00

Aqua Basic Care Moisturising Cream "OTOME" 40g Aqua Basic Care Moisturising Cream "OTOME" 40g
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Moisturizing facial cream OTOME / Aqua Basic Care, 40 ml Age: 16+ Purpose: skin care for the f..

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€42.00 €60.00

Delicate Care Recovery  Cream "OTOME" 30g Delicate Care Recovery  Cream "OTOME" 30g
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OTOME DELICATE CARE Recovery Cream for sensitive facial skin, 30g  Age: 16+  Purpose..

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€62.40 €78.00

Delicate Care Recovery Face Mask "OTOME" 150ml (25ml*6) Delicate Care Recovery Face Mask "OTOME" 150ml (25ml*6)
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OTOME Delicate Care Recovery Facial Mask 6 pc. 25 ml Concentrated and saturated with minerals fro..

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€33.60 €48.00

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Japanese moisturisers

Unlock the secrets of Hydrated, Glowing Skin with Japanese Moisturisers:

Japanese skincare has gained a reputation for being some of the best in the world and for a good reason. Japanese beauty products are known for their high quality, innovative formulas, and focus on natural ingredients. When it comes to moisturisers, Japanese brands are no exception. From lightweight lotions to rich creams, there’s a Japanese moisturiser for every skin type and concern.

Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of using a Japanese moisturiser:

Hydration: one of the main benefits of using a skin moisturiser is that it helps to hydrate your skin. Japanese moisturisers are formulated with ingredients like hyaluronic acid, ceramides, and glycerine that work to lock in moisture and prevent dehydration. This is especially important if you live in a dry or cold climate or if you have naturally dehydrated skin.

Anti-Ageing: another benefit of using a moisturiser is that it can help to prevent signs of ageing. Our skin naturally loses moisture and elasticity as we age, leading to wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of ageing. Japanese moisturisers are often infused with anti-ageing properties like collagen and vitamin C to help boost collagen production and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Protection: Moisturisers can help to protect your skin from environmental stressors like pollution and UV rays. Japanese moisturisers often contain antioxidants like green tea or Vitamin E that help to neutralise the skin barrier and prevent damage to your skin.

Different types of moisturisers

Several different types of moisturisers are available on the market, each with its unique formulation and benefits. Here are some examples:

  1. Creams: Creams are thick, emollient moisturisers that are ideal for dry or mature skin. They contain a higher percentage of oil than water, which makes them more occlusive and helps to lock in moisture.
  2. Lotions: Lotions are lightweight, water-based moisturisers that are perfect for normal or combination skin. They contain lower percentages of oil than creams, which makes them more easily absorbed into the skin.
  3. Anti-Ageing moisturisers: They are designed to help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of ageing. They typically contain ingredients like ceramides and peptides which help stimulate collagen production and improve the skin texture.
  4. Acne-fighting moisturisers: these moisturisers are designed to help control acne breakouts and reduce inflammation. They typically contain ingredients like salicylic acid or ceramides to help unclog pores and reduce bacteria on the skin.
  5. Sensitive skin moisturisers: they are designed to be gentle and non-irritating for people with sensitive skin. They typically contain ingredients like squalene, which help to calm and hydrate the skin without irritating it.
  6. Barrier repair moisturisers: these moisturisers are designed to help repair and strengthen the skin’s barrier function. They typically contain ingredients like ceramides and fatty acids, which help to rebuild the skin’s protective barrier and prevent moisture loss.

So how do you choose the best Japanese moisturiser for your skin type?

Here are some tips:

  • Determine your skin type: Do you have oily, dry or combination skin? Are you prone to breakouts or sensitivity? Knowing your skin type will help you select a moisturiser tailored to your needs.
  • Consider your concerns: Do you want to address a specific concern, like dark spots or fine lines? Look for a moisturiser that contains ingredients targeted at your concern.
  • Read Reviews: Look for reviews from other users with similar skin concerns and types. This can help you narrow your options and find a moisturiser that suits your needs.

How to apply a moisturiser correctly?

  1. Cleanse your skin before applying your moisturiser, ensuring that the moisturiser can penetrate the skin effectively.
  2. Use the right amount: use a pea-sized amount of moisturiser for your face and neck.
  3. Apply it to damp skin: this will help to lock in moisture and make the moisturiser more effective.
  4. Use gentle motions: apply the moisturiser in circular motions to your face and neck. This will help to distribute the product evenly and avoid pulling or tugging on your skin.
  5. Don’t forget your neck: many people forget to moisturise their neck, but it’s an essential part of your skincare routine. Apply the moisturiser in upward motions to your neck. This will help keep it hydrated and healthy.
  6. Wait for it to absorb: after application, wait a few minutes before applying any other products, this will ensure that the moisturiser has had time to work its magic and will prevent pilling or clumping of other products.
  7. Apply SPF during the day: if you’re applying moisturiser during the day, make sure to choose one with SPF, or apply the sunscreen separately to protect your skin from sun rays.

Japanese moisturisers are a game-changer when it comes to achieving hydrated, glowing skin. By choosing a moisturiser that’s tailored to your skin type and concerns, you can unlock the secrets to a healthy, radiant complexion. So why not give Japanese moisturisers a try? Shop our variety of moisturisers. Your skin will thank you!